I would be peeved more so that he didn't communicate about what his idea of the night off would include.
Personally- if he had said, would u mind if I go out with my mates- It wouldn't bother me. I'm happy for him to have time with friends and I know that at any time I could do the same. But if I had said 'I was hoping for us to do something together' he would have done that instead or arranged a night out with mates another time etc.
It's all about the communication and respect to ask what the other person wants and needs as well as fulfilling your own desires in a non selfish way.
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18-08-2013 09:56 #21
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18-08-2013 10:59 #22Senior Member
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Ummm yeah Not cool at all x
18-08-2013 11:05 #23
i would lock him out, and catch up on sleep.. and probable spend half hour packing his **** for the doorstep
18-08-2013 14:06 #24
I wouldn't mind tbh, everyone needs a night off here and there and I would just have a relaxing night of my own.
I also believe that you pick your battles, is this really worth being angry over and having a fight.. For me it's not.
18-08-2013 15:37 #25
18-08-2013 16:16 #26
I wouldn't be upset unless I had asked DH to spend the night with me. My DH isn't a mind reader and doesn't know what I want unless I flat out tell him (that said if I wanted to go out too, I'd be welcome to join him).
I'd probably relish the alone time, it's a rare treat since becoming a parent (although I hate being away from DD and would just miss her anyway lol).
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18-08-2013 16:22 #27Senior Member
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Id be annoyed but more than that Id be really hurt that instead of spending a rare night alone with me he chose to spend it with his mates. Hugs.
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18-08-2013 16:51 #28
I'd be really hurt that he hadn't passed it through me first so I could've mentioned I would like to spend the evening with him.
18-08-2013 16:58 #29
I would just be really disappointed that he was not jumoing at the idea of some alone time.
Big hugs - make the most of it, watch crappy Chick TV and eat junk food in bed while starfishing.
Maybe have a chat to him the following day about how you feel.
18-08-2013 17:57 #30
Just to see the other side here... maybe your dp is thinking that you deserve some peace and quiet and has organised to head out with his mates so you can relax and have you time?
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